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EVENlNfJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., TUESDAY. JAN. 21, 1MI2.
Published Every Day Except Similar,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE K. KAHUINGTON.. Editor
Entered nt tho Post Office at Hono
lulu ns second-class matter.
Per month, anywhoro In U. S...$ .75
Per year, anywhoro lu U. S... 8.00
Per )ear. postpaid, foreign.... 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Tost Oinco Ilox 718
Tl ESUAY . .JANUARY 21, U'02.
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' rL 1 Pr...'J",1..Clf.C f C",..m.e:
ter In existence would, If Justice were
done, be haled before the courts for
Members of the Second Congrega
tion now know what It means when
they read that the Son of .Man hath
nowlierc to lay His head.
The man who had a contract with the
spirits to land In Hawaii must lime
had a most glorious evening the night
before tho steamer got Into port.
The burglar who can get away with
twenty-lhe head of llc stock, though
It be nothing larger than canaries. Is
worthy a place In the temple of fame
ns "n bird."
Republicans maintain that the late
county bill pocket etocd by tho Gov
ernor Is not worth tho paper It Is
written on. Yet nothing In being done
to preparo a better one In place of It
Modoc county. California, Is having a
lively time bringing a band of lncb-
crs to Justice. Hut In spite of threats.
tho work Is going on with ctery pros
pect that California will picscne lt
good name for the maintenance of law
Under present conditions tho I'.ma
ma Canal Conijmnj ought to be will
Ing to make u gift of their proposition
to anjone who will carry It through.
Forty millions lu Amor lean money
would be worse than wasted on pur
dialing the Panamu route.
Judging from the statements of con
temporaries reganlirg the llilo com
mitteeman the Secretarj of the Re
publican committee will do well to
wake up to the fact that the nomina
tion of J. Castle RMgway has been M't
tled fgr a full two necks past.
It Is strange indeed that Senator
1 lamia, tho greatest political liarmon
Izcr of the present day Is unable to
proxent a llely row In his own baili
wick cery time the Ohio Legislature
meets. It looks ory miiclrus If Ilanna
needed some of his own harnioii) tonic.
Inestlgatlon of the Walla Walla dis
aster tends to tcntci the blame on Mate
Hughes who went down with the
steamer. The public doesn't know
whether to be thankful one olllcer was
lost In order to furnish a scapegoat or
satisfied that the mate realizing his
mistake went with the ship rather than
face the responsibility for the I0S9 of
to many Ihes.
New Zealand discussion of the
Oceanic mall service saors ery much
of the man who seeks to eat his cake,
and hae It. Practical proof has been
glen that tho Oceanic sen Ice Is far
preferable to anything the Suez route
can offer or any Urltlsh service for
that matter. If the New Zealander.s
want their mails delivered piomptly
they will stay by Spreckels.
Governor Odcll In his message to the
New York Legislature adocates a
transfer tax on mortgages of fie mills,
because, he ssis. real estate Is sel
dom If ever nssessed to Its full alue
nnd the mortgage tax would not prove
an unusual burden. What Odell sajs
of New York assessors doubtless la
true but It Is safe to say ho nevrv had
any property assessed In Hawaii.
When contemplating Home Rule ac
tivity. Republican leaders occasionally
heae a sigh and remark that the
Home Rulers havo nothing to do but
"do politics." Keeping constantly at
It Is what wins political battles and If
the regular organization has an) hope
of carrying an election It must learn
wisdom from the enemy. Ii Is high
time Republican workers got dowu to
Friends of Wilbur K. Wakeman tho
New York appraiser whose resignation
was demanded by the President, are
getting up a purse of $25,000 as an ex
pression of thtlr esteem for Wakeman.
Under the circumstances Wakeman
might well nsk to be saved from his
friends. He Is not a poor man by any
means, and the question naturally
arises as to the reason for his friends
placing a cash value on their good will.
President Ha,vcme)cr of the Sugar
Trust gets almost facetious when In his
annual report ho dwells upon the tax
on consumers represented In the pio
tectlon given raw sugars. Ho says
nothing of tho piotectlon on refined
sugai. If anyone should ruggest any
change In tho tariff on UiIb product wo
would uo treated to u Ilvel) exhibition
of President Havemeyer tearing his
hair and pioving the falsity of I1I3 fiist
II. P. Raldwln's acceptance of the
management of Spreckelsvlllo planta
tatlon Is very much to be regretted on
account of Its putting an end to hi
activity In public life. Mr. Baldwin I
a fair minded, common sense harmon
Izer, a man indeed who Is sadly needed
In political circles during present
chaotic conditions. It Is still to be
hoped he may be able to steal some
time from the plantation to devote to
THE MUNICIPAL PROGRAM.
Some citizens of the Territory bellcte
a city government for Honolulu will
be all Bufllclcnt as a Territorial muni
cipal program for the present, and that
the charter prepared by the Republi
can commission Alls the long felt unnt
Orantlng the Republican charter a
now framed to be satisfactory these
citizens make a grne mlstnke If the
suppose citizens of the Terrltorj at
largo will be satisfied to remain under
present centralized conditions, while
Honolulu enjojs the plrnsuir of nil In
dependent municipality Towihlp
and count gotcrnment nhould be the
foundation of the whole sBtcm and
anj lutelllicrnt Legislature will work ,
from that bisls riutliirmore. the
chief piublems of locnl gin eminent nro
likely to arise In the tountry districts
and for this leason If no other should
be glrcn more careful study.
i in- p;ui nun kucs nnu iiiu nexi
election fau-rlng a complete municipal
program, legislation for town, county
and t It y gocrnment will win the day
and It Is witli a low to meeting this
demand intelligently that the Republl-
nn organization must prepare At the
present time they hnc no plans either
general or specific for counties or for
towns The only measure lu the field
is the Home Rule scheme, which Is
classed by Republicans ns Incompetent,
and incomplete. If this criticism be
true what have the Republicans to of
fei in its place.
It will, of com so. be possible to
frame some sort of a Republican meas
ure when the Legislature once gets In
full swing and Its determination de
mands Immediate attention. No citi
zen of ordinary Judgment, howexcr. Is
willing to admit such a measure ns
being within any possibility of prop
erly meeting the situation
The Republican organizers should
be in a position to lead, not by Imma-
ture opinions framed on the spur of
the moment, but by n carefully studied
plan framed beore the election nnd
perfected before the session of the
I.piztfltnturp. Kntiflfnetnrv rpHiiltH pnn
not be obtained In any other way. If
the electorate Is radical and disposed
to rush thoughtlessly nnd madly upon
untried ground, It Is the province nmll"'cii nnu come through some of the
the dut) of conrerxathc elements, not
to waste time trlng to blockade the
rush, but to go with IT to a eertnln
extent keeping the situation so well In
hand that the course of radicalism may
be directed Into calmer channels.
Town governnvnt, count) goxern
ment and city government Is each a
(crtalnt) Public spirited citizens
should prepare the political pathway
to meet this situation This can only
lin .limn tl, lirtrtllih Hrt nnkllt 41kfm
be done by beginning early, and there
Is no time like the present.
1 lie Holland fortune which has
come to Mis Chauncc) Depeu will cost
man) n man ami woman a hard earn
ed dollar. It will undoubtedly give a
lien Impetus to the genealog) shark!
who have discovered one of those for
tunes In chancer) which can be leal
Ized on If the heirs will but put up u
little monc) to fight the case One such
Incident ns the Mrs. IK pen affair
usually bleeds tho unsophisticated
counti)men and women of u good
SUGAR UUET IN KANSAS.
I New York Commeiclal.l
Kansas Just now presents an lllux
nation of the wide difference between
theoretical and practical agriculture
and much to the credit of the latter
Kor several jcars past the State Agri
cultural College has been conducting
experiments In sugar-beet lalslng at
its experiment stations In many coun
ties, nnd uniformly with lathe' dis
couraging results, "the beets did not
show a sugar content that warianted
the raising of them on a large scale
for factor) iitc " And at It-fet the col
lege authoiltles piomulgated a dictum
to the effcit that "Kansas lies too fnt
south for sugar-beet raising as follow
ed In Nehiaska."
At the last Bession of the Legisla
ture, however, the State ipproprlated
$10,000 as a sugar bounty to rover two
years' operations, the groweis to bo
paid $1 per ton for all beets that
should meet a lpqulred standard lin-
medlatel) farmers In the southwestern
counties began to plant sugar beets,
and the report of the State Agricultur
al Department Just given out show
that "7 farmers undeitook the busi
ness, harvesting 337 acies and a total
amount of 17G0 tons. The yield ran
as high as 13 tons to the acre, and
averaged 13 2 torn.
The astonishing thing about this re
pot t. according to a Topeka dispatch,
Is that "It discloses an avciage sugar
content of 17 8 per cent, with a maxi
mum of 22.8 and a minimum of 13.2 per
cent. The average profit per acre o(
the whole number of growers was
$17.03. All the cxperlmentE of the col
lege have given a geneial icsult far be
low the average of 17.8 per cent shown
These results are quite equal to some
of the best so far attained In Colorado
and other sections where the industry
appears to have alread) demonstiat'd
Its business practicability, and It Is
predicted that all that now remains of
the nppioprlatlon will be needed to
pay the sugar-beet bounties next sea
son. The movement is strong alread)
for a general engaging in the Industr)
wherever In Kansas the soil Is as well
adapted to beet culture as In Kearney
I'ltiney and Hamilton counties -and
that ntea Is tnld to be er extensive
To sunimailze, a tillllng money en-
f-ouragemeut b the State lias led the
fanners of ICunid to tuVe iiops of
hlgh-standnrd sugai b'cts despite the
.Ilrtum of the coll-ne experlmenten
that it was Impossible The liountj
necdn t stay on forevci Kansas faim
is (an ptolnbl) ptuilmp the beets
pmfltahl) wlthout.lt Hut due cieillt
must lu this case lie given to the boun
t) and to practical farming as distin
guished fiom theoictlcal ciop-ialslng
UnTRIGUE AtlAINK T TIII1 CANAL
I Now Yoik Commercial.
Ft lends and supporters of the Isth
mus canal project regardless o
which route may ultimately be chosen
should not ho deceived b) the pres
ent apparent lack of opposition to the
pending measures In Congress or by
the manifest apathy of those Inlet cU
known to be opposed to n can.it. As
alt the world knows, or ought to know,
there arc other was of killing u bill
than by standing up and openly light
ing Its passage, killing It by appear
ing to faor It Is one of the flue arts
In these times and that hag happened
to canal legislation more than once
The present quiet In quarters whore
opposition might reasonably be looked
for Is not calculated to strengthen
hope of the pasage of a canal bill ut
this session Still, It ought to put the
friends of canal legislation mure keen
ly on their guard.
As Chairman Hepburn of the Houta
Committee on Interstate and I'orelgn
Commerce has lately pointed o.it ev
ciy canal commission has icported In
faor of the Nicaragua route, anu e
liave.pald out a million and a half dol
lars for Investigations that liaM not
ndded one Important or substantial
fact to our knowledge regarding the
canal question that was not known
when that system of delay was Inau
gurated. Our canal commlslons ha
been, for the most part, the result ol
opposition to a canal rather than of
friendliness for such a project
ln.1 .I...... ... -I .-. - .. .
ii,t mi-it- uir bihus ngnc now uini i
the old "more-Information" scheme In j
some new shape is already In hatching
for use In the Klft -seventh Congress
NEW ZEALAND AND
(Continued from page 1.)
nggressho exclusheness. Een If
some leclprocal arrangements between
the Republic mid the Commonwealth
ccuhl bo made a condition would tin
not blame Mr. Spreckcls for looking
clhowheic. R New Zealand treated the
Riripp fnfrlv llA lmllnwwl !..... n,...t.l
hold It. but othnrwl.p ihnv .,,,u .
hide from themsehes the fact that pro
posals would be a great Inducement to
Australia, and In lew of the stum
leclproeul feeling existing betweet.
Ameiica and Anstrnlln, there was no
snying what the outcome of It might
be. America regarded Australia with
ccn more friendly feelings than she
regarded Oreat Ilrlfaln. looking upon
Australia ns a oungnnd rising nation.
seme struggles ns America lias herhpll
experienced, ami with that feeling In
the nlr the pioposnls for more direct
communication between Australia and
the United Stntes mlghrcoine to ma
turlty nt nny time The scheme to
connect New Zealand with the Bcrv Ice
!a Suva would neither be bo good for
Auckland nor Tor the rest of New 7en
Innd nH the pit-sent direct connection
'h' V,',0!'.!'1 1" ""IT1 M'' i8"e.K
I ... . IV
after the treatment Ills improved ser
nee naci just received Horn that uuai
.Mr. Arthur M Mvers. who has al
ways been n stioim advocate or tlm
San Francisco service said he legard
Oil this Sidney via Suvn nrnnnanl no
Just another attempt which would havo
to be frustrated In the Interests of New
.eniand it proved not only that Auck
land was Justified In the strong agita
tion made somo months ago for bettor
terms, but also that ir the service was
to be retained Tor the future this nnd
all similar movements would havo to
be carefully watched, or, In other
words, that the mall connection be
tween Auckland nnd San Francisco
wns a matter which should no Inn cm-
bo trilled with. He did not regard ai
jorinigmiy 111 piaco or a three-weekly
service as sufficient compensation for
the loss of the direct connection, and
iiiu loss in aciuai casn which Auck
land would feel through tho steamers
not calling here; and. moreover, ho
believed that If New Zealand treated
the Ocennlc Company fnlrly. wo would
get a fortnightly service on the pre
Mr D. R. Caldwell (president of the
Chamber of Commcice) said he did not
sec that n fortnightly service vln Suva
would compensate for the loss of tho
mail steamers calling at Auckland. It
would, of coin bc. depend to a largo ex
tent on the cIbbh of steamers put on to
enrrv on the trade between Suva and
Auckland. If these wero uptodatn
steamers, there might he some advan
tage to Auckland In developing thn
trade with FIJI, but on tho whole he
thought New Zealand should endeavor
to retain the present direct 'Frisco
8f r Ice.
Mr R Aliens. Auckland mnnncp,
for Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son's tourist
agency, said In the event or tho route
of the 'Frisco mall steamers being
changed, ns nroi)6sed. Now Zenlnml
would not get tho full nilvnnfm.,. nf
tho tourist tiafile unless there wns n
leuny -iipiop- service connecting
Now Zealand nnd HJI. nnd ho was not
hopeful of a really good scrvlco being
established on that line. He thought
how over, that New Zealand could re
tain the 'Frisco service ir th .ni,,
...... in i-uincHi in ine matter, and bo
ictnln the toinlHt ti-ntnp v. v
oouutedly be mado that trade must b.
carried In American ships. It Is stat
ing the proposal of the Oceanic Com
pany fiailklv nml nrMirntnlv n .... I.
Is that Australian money Bhall bo spent
o help the realization of tho all-Amer-
..mi iueu wiui regard to tho Pacific.
l?.Ji . .?r tLo faet lnnt a" "Plodato
llritlsh line can be obtained nrn.mn.
ably nt about tho same price, tho Tole
grnpu considers that It Is not wortli
while to give the Oceanic an) thing
like large terms Tor an Immediate fast
service, with a shadowy chance of re
ciprocal tiado with America all car
ried In American ships. Rut the mon
ey aspect is a minor one. A greater
consideration is that a small present
gain to the Commonwealth might do
great Injury to Its own and tho Em
pire's shipping Interests.
Auckland Opinions on New Scheme
Our repoiter ihattcn 10 several rep
lesentntlve husjness men In Auckland
on Tuesday with icletenco to the pro
posa! made to tho Fedeial Government
'or n clinuge In the loute of the San
Francisco mall ser, Ice. Theio seems
to la- In Auckland no difference o
opinion that the pioposed new mute
votild lie unsatisfactory Irom a Nov
Zealand point of view nnd th-it we
would be better served by a contlnn
atce or the pieseut seivhe than hv n
'1 itnlghtly m-ivIco connecting villi,
lie mall sicameis nt Suia. ai suggest
ed to the Federal Postmaster General
. Ml Geoigo Dnnnet. Auckland agent
for the Oceanic Steamship Company
JCfd he would be exceedingly son)' to
see Auckland taken off the direct 1011I0
01 the mall steamers, but. after the
recent negotiations with New Zealand,
he was not surprised at the proposal.
He believed this was entirely tho out
eome of the unfair trentment the ser
vice received at the hands nr the New
Zealand Parliament, It waB no secret
thnt Mr. Spreckels was dissatisfied
with the present terms, and ho had no
We now linve
n full Htipply of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
P. R. ISENIIURG, Prescient.
C. F. MERRICK, Mnnnrjer.
Chas. F. Herrick
ISS Merchant Ht., next
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still in the Lead Always in the Lead,
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Smith Premier Superior In construction and efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
C. W. MACFARLANE
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED,
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will cellver
all goods purcnascd or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post Sts., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnlBhed upon receipt
of request. Wo havo the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and ore prepared to
furnish special designs.
doubt mado up his mind not to bo nt
the mercy of Now Zealand by tho tlmo
the contract comes to uo renewed, tho
peoplo of Aucklnnd would no doubt re
giet It, but In vlow of tho treatment1
the sen Ico had received, they could
Tanaka a Japanese, appe.ired In the
I'ollte Couit this forenoon on fi
Uuiige of leaving his hoise lu the
iitreet without being secuicly fastened
Tho defendant pleaded not guilty and
Olllcer Rlchardbon was called by tho
prosecution The latter stated that he
was out In tho dliection of Punch
bowl stiect In the Kultiiako district,
when ho saw 1111 expicss wagon draw c
by 11 simile liono galloping along nt n
great inte Ho rushed out mid caught
the iiinaw.iy nnlmal. Whhe on ills way,
to lilt police station, tho Japanese
enuqlit up with him und Jumped In he-1
hind Ho 'dieted him t't to let him gu
and mill that his friend would pay the
niune In tijlng to i,et tno lines inw 4
(10m htm. he punched him lu the back
I'pon an examination of tho Japan I
ege being made by Judge Wlkox it uni
'earned that the fellow hail alighted
from the wagon nnd wau on his way to
the back pnit to get n lope, when the
horso inn away. Under these circum
stances thero was nothing left to do
but to discharge the defendant, which
wns done. In doing this, Judge Wil
cox remarked: "Ho careful not to bo
offering $5 to police officers. They
might tako It."
tire prepared to
till nil ordei-H,
In nil bIzch. A very complete stock
Fort, Merchant and Bethel Sts.
Pretty nearly ever) thing that you
can think of In the harness lino Is in
cluded In our big display.
lively harness we sell Is a bargain,
nnd we sell nil kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach and team
harness. From no one else can you
get the harness value wo glvo you.
Our customers know this to bo n
fact. You can know It If you will and
no are determined you shall. ::....
Carriage Co., Ltd
to Htanfjcnwold Building.
PIONEER HOTEL POPULAR
Lahalna. Jan. 11 The Pioneer Ho
tel of Lahalna under the management
of the genial Geo. Kiecland Is proving
Itself to be a pa) Ing lncstment, and
commnnds a magnificent lcw of the
ocean from Its bioad eiandahs.
I'pon several occasions the note! has
been taxed to accommodate annus Mi.
Freeland Is popular. ceibody Is his
friend, nnd the rest can be told In a
Wlwl, an old niitixe fisherman who
has not done any wink for tho past
two yea 1 s was ancsted esterda on
the charge of assault and batteiy on
his wife at their home in Iwllel Ills
wife appealed against him In the Po
lice Court and stated that she had 1111
more aloha foi him. She w Ibhed to see
biiu punished for assaulting her. Wlwl
was sentenced to a month's Imprison
ment at hard labor.
PAIN-KILLER so Justly celebrated
was Intioducc-d to the public about six
ty j ears ago. and now enjoys a popu
larity unequalled by any other moll
clne. For the' cure of dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs arid colds,
scalds, '"irns. etc., It Is without an
cnual Sold by all durgglsts. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Tain-Kill,
er, Perry Davis'. Pi Ice 25c. and 50c,
Bishop & Company
Established In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchango bought nnd sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Hank of Cali
fornia nnd N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Dank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd.. London.
Drafts and cahlo transfers on China
nnd Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Hanking Corporation nnd
Chartered Uank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, vli:
8even day' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuablo papers, Wills, Honda, etc.,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined nnd reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees rtn Hnnlfmnt nr fnanlvnnt
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
linnnftltn rnrntvnd nn,1 Inlnrnal nt.
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per nnnum, In
fiornrdnnpn with Tllilna nti.l Tlnntiln.
tlons, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claut Spreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
8an Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
Dan Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved eccurlty. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 5j, 1801, WO.043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Ib now
OFFICERS. L. McLean. Presi
dent; A. A. Wlldor, Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer: A. V. Gear.
DIUECTOnS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wlldor, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle.
Jr., J. M. Little, E. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buya and recetvei for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and'transacti a
general banking business. ,
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
We haa recently received
the finest line of
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
that wo havo ever handled,
Wo aie so pleased with tho
stock that we know It will
plcaso you, and extend to ev
erybody who is Interested an
Invitation to come and sco It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
If ou have Hum nur feet have nlmp a qilrtJ
t-a4 habits It Is not necetsary m t turtuni by
corns Ing'oftinfr nails, bunions chilblains e'e
Thev ma be cure i that 'a ynur feet miy t brok n
of their bad habits Vo t villi be turprlseJ, not nly
howrruch more easily un i comfortably you will walk
but with how muih o ore lgor and force ym will be
able to think and act In all your business or social
Call and see m about this or send me worJ anj
will call on you
DR. W; R, BOGtn,
18 ArlinQton Dulldlng,
Hotel 8t. near Fort.
Consultation at ofllco free.
Architects, Contractor and Bulldcr-
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Dot 160
Geo. W. Pago. TL Ml
F. W. Beardsleo. P. O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE & PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Ofllcn, Booms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
niched on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Alton & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDEfl
for brick and wooden buildings, tin
Office and residence, 312 Queen t,
near Government building.
M. F. BERTEL2VLA.NiT
18 - MOVliD
To rear of old stand. Entrance 01
King street Orders left at either iho
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
creec, win receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaeftr.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLC.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
The pure Juice of the grapefruit. Tha
most healthful, invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Office nnd Works, 601 Fort BU
Honolulu, T. of H.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . . .
THB . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company in the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THI8 8PACC RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treett, Honolulu
Primary Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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ft4 Mill fc tfht mJ ytla( lu'M ralrare la Baulk,
lr Thretl, nfUt, Cppr CUrJ , flftr.
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Cook Remedy Co.
101 alueale TaU, fktaaca. 111 far rh at r !
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